Job seekers Sam and Danielle are successfully powering towards a huge milestone as they prepare to celebrate six months working with DDH Graham as office administrators. “In the months they've been here since August, we've had nothing but positive compliments,” says DDH Graham Chairman, … Read more about Six months’ success and counting for job seekers Sam and Danielle
Three young people have started new careers on the Sunshine Coast with an array of furry friends by their side. Jo, Bryce and James are the newest additions to the team at commercial camel dairy QCamel, and it’s their responsibility to ensure the camels are well loved and looked after. QCamel … Read more about Camel careers for new recruits on Sunshine Coast
This week (26 – 30 November), employers all over the country are opening their doors to job seekers with disability for a single day as part of AccessAbility Day. For Windsor coffee shop, The Low Road, the decision to offer the one day experience to local barista, Arra was a simple one. The … Read more about Low Road café provides high road to employment for job seeker with disability
A six-week internship with the remuneration service department at Mercy Health is paying off for jobseeker Michael, turning into a paid position after he impressed his managers with his performance. Michael explains that his job entails working on the computer, and looking after a range of … Read more about “It’s been such a positive experience for us” – Alicia
There’s nothing as sweet as landing a great new job, especially when it involves coating raspberries in chocolate every day. Devonport local Matt started his career at the Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm Café outside Devonport earlier this year. “I love everything about my job! My colleagues are … Read more about Great staff make café all the sweeter
Since Adam began his role with Devonport Chaplaincy four years ago, his passion for the community services sector has continued to grow. Adam has found great personal and professional fulfilment through helping the community. “I mentor a student in the local high school, deliver food to schools, … Read more about “This job gives me a purpose in life” – Adam
A young web designer on the autism spectrum is expanding his skillset, thanks to regular work experience with leading Canterbury digital agency Chromatix. Shen has been a member of the Chromatix team for around two years, and director Irwin says it’s been a joy to watch him progress. “Shen started … Read more about “It’s been great, a win/win.”- Irwin.
Now And Not Yet Café is an iconic part of the community in Warrandyte, Victoria. As a social enterprise, the café’s profits go back into local group initiatives, housing and employment opportunities. The Café is unlike most due to the passion and leadership of owner Derek Bradshaw, who embraces a … Read more about “It feels amazing to have a job.” – Emily